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Friday
Feb172017

Samsung heir arrested for bribery

Lee Jae-yong, the vice chairman of Samsung Group, was arrested and jailed Friday in Seoul on bribery charges.

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Friday
Feb172017

China scientist stole Kansas GMO rice

A federal jury Thursday convicted a Chinese scientist of conspiring to steal rice seeds from a Kansas biopharmaceutical research facility.

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Friday
Feb172017

Navy commander arrested in massive bribes-for-secrets case

A serving U.S. Navy Commander became the seventeenth individual charged in the Navy's worst corruption scandal in modern times.

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Thursday
Feb162017

The BOTA Foundation Revisited – Part One: Introduction

What happens when recovered assets that were stolen by kleptocrats are not simply returned to the government currently in power, but used to benefit victims of corruption -- the poor?

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Wednesday
Feb152017

Mossack Fonseca founders arrested after Panama raid

The two principal partners of the law firm at the center of the Panama Papers scandal were arrested for their alleged connection to Brazil's Car Wash investigation, according to reports.

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Tuesday
Feb142017

The top five myths about ISO 37001 exposed

Four months ago the ISO 37001 Anti-Bribery Management Systems document was published, and companies were finally able to have their anti-bribery program certified to an international standard. Since then we’ve repeatedly heard the same myths about the Standard.

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Monday
Feb132017

Revisiting EpiPen: Steep incentive thresholds are corporate disasters waiting to happen

The root causes of perverse incentives often hide (in plain sight) in the most common variable compensation structures, which include payout floors, thresholds, payout caps, and stretch goals.

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Monday
Feb132017

Former Magyar Telekom exec settles with SEC before trial

A former executive of Hungary-based Magyar Telekom settled five-year- old civil allegations that he violated the FCPA.

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Friday
Feb102017

SFO investigates ABB for bribery related to Unaoil

The UK Serious Fraud Office said Friday it is investigating ABB Ltd’s United Kingdom subsidiaries, their officers, employees, and agents for suspected bribery and corruption.

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Friday
Feb102017

Tom Fox: Compliance is there to reinforce culture

In his most recent book Thank You for Being Late, Thomas Friedman cited BusinessDictionary.com for the following definition of culture:

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Friday
Feb102017

What will $30 million of the Rolls-Royce fine be used for?

Last month Rolls-Royce agreed in a deferred prosecution agreement with the DOJ to pay a fine of nearly $170 million for FCPA  violations. What makes the Rolls-Royce DPA unique is that $30 million of the fine went to the Consumer Financial Fraud Fund (CFFF).

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Friday
Feb102017

Job: Compliance Counsel (Panasonic Avionics Corporation - Dubai - United Arab Emirates)

Job Title: Compliance Counsel

Employer: Panasonic Avionics Corporation

Location: Dubai - United Arab Emirates

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